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Jukebox The Ghost

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The appeal of a modern, on the rise indie band like Jukebox the Ghost is simple: They write catchy songs. On top of that, they’re dynamic, skilled musicians. The band’s records are carefully structured, yet wildly diverse affairs. And the live show? Energetic, crowd-pleasing, cathartic.

The Philly trio’s new album, produced by Peter Katis (Interpol, The National) and set for release this fall on Yep Roc, highlights all of these elements over 11 tracks, each one leaving its own unique sonic footprint. But constructing and arranging the songs to their full potential took years of preparation, both on the road and in all of the basements, houses, hotel rooms and studios where the songs were born.

“There was never a lull in songwriting, even when we were touring.” explains guitarist/co-vocalist Tommy Siegel. “We went into the studio with 25 nearly-finished and arranged songs, and we put a lot of time into crafting each one. It was a conscious effort on all of our parts to mature as a band.”

Since their 2008 debut, Let Live and Let Ghosts, a sunny, piano-led explosion of pop exuberance, JTG has logged hundreds of shows and thousands of hours on tour – all of which helped the... (+) expand
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skellytor (level 41) wrote:
Saw you guys at the 312 Block Party in Chicago this past summer and I'm excited that I'll be seeing you guys in Chicago again soon! Awesome songs.
8 months ago
7yl4r (level 27) wrote:
I like you guys. =]
6 years ago
CordwainerBird (level 32) wrote:
you should uploaddd Victoriaa orrr lighting myself on firee =)
6 years ago
puffmommy (level 25) wrote:
WOOT .. CONSOLIDATED .. love it guys .. thanks for huggin' the hearts together!
6 years ago
tryin2laugh (level 6) wrote:
I've loved you guys ever since I saw you open for Ben Folds. Keep on keepin on.
6 years ago
Djonico (level 4) wrote:
That's nice !
6 years ago
CoreyManikenMatthews (level 9) wrote:
Corey Maniken Matthews here to say that "The Electives" have uploaded a NEW SONG entitled "Ladykiller"!

Check it out:

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6 years ago
naimagrab (level 37) wrote:
are you guys touring anytime soon?
6 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
I really like your music!
6 years ago
libby (level 30) wrote:
great music guys.....can't wait to hear more!!!
6 years ago
smoth (level 12) wrote:
Why are there two pages for you guys?
6 years ago
rafaelbrandao (level 33) wrote:
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!!!!!!
6 years ago
AllisonJoan (level 21) wrote:
more music please?
6 years ago
CordwainerBird (level 32) wrote:
uploadddd =)! and give me a headss upp? please? =D you guys are so amazingg awesomeee <3
6 years ago
Rovapu (level 24) wrote:
Great music! Please give us more!! :-)
6 years ago
geniuswaitress (level 7) wrote:
Everything that's good about pop music when it's well done. Nothing wrong with being catchy, either.
6 years ago
Zodiac2800 (level 21) wrote:
Awesome track!
6 years ago
DhLH101 (level 6) wrote:
Wonderful.
6 years ago
Leslie Hunt wrote:
I really like your music! Great piano. Whooo!
6 years ago
CordwainerBird (level 32) wrote:
omggg. i can't believe i misssed you guys =(! you should upload while i'm heree!! it would be AWESOME, just like you guys <3
6 years ago
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